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WP Plugins A to Z Interview Show 11 with Nikola Bojkov from Embed Social

Nikola Bojkov Embed Social a plugin for connecting several social networks into WordPress.

This is a service that allows you to embed images from your Facebook into your WordPress website. It comes in a couple tastes free and pro version. The plugin is focused around embedding images from Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.

This allows you to share those images easier with less grief, by using this service you can upload to your Facebook and get all their stats and not have to re-upload them to your website.

This was created while working to solve and problem in a site they were working that was requiring them to upload to multiples places.

The advantage of this service is that once it its installed you do not have to worry about the changes in Facebook rendering it useless. Since it is a third party service, they maintain all the connections at their end. The plugin is simply the API connection.

Thanks to Nikola Bojkov for appearing you can check out their plugin and service at:

https://embedsocial.com/

https://www.facebook.com/EmbedSocial

https://www.instagram.com/EmbedSocial/

https://www.linkedin.com/company-beta/9492319/?pathWildcard=9492319

https://twitter.com/EmbedSocial

 

Their plugin available here:

https://wordpress.org/plugins/embedalbum-pro/

Version:
Requires: or higher
Compatible up to:
Released:01 January 1970
Downloads:
Last Updated:01 January 1970
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Reminder: If you’re a plugin developer and you’d like to appear on the show, you can schedule an interview, donate your plugin for an upcoming contest, or submit your plugin for review.

In this show, I talk to Russel Aaron from webdev Studios. Talking about plugins. We have a great conversation about developing plugins how to come up with ideas and what plugins are used for

WP Plugins A to Z Interview Show 10 with Russsel Aaron from webdev studios

In this show, I talk to Russel Aaron from webdev Studios. Talking about plugins. We have a great conversation about developing plugins how to come up with ideas and what plugins are used forIn this show, I talk to Russel Aaron from webdev Studios about plugins. We have a great conversation about developing plugins, how to come up with ideas, and what plugins are used for. We talk about his plugins located at WordPress.org https://profiles.wordpress.org/geekstreetwp/#content-plugins (you can be sure his plugins will be in the queue for future reviews by us).

We talk a bit about WordCamp Vegas https://2016.vegas.wordcamp.org/ and WordCamp Orange County https://2017.oc.wordcamp.org/ and what those offer to WordPress users. Then we talked about what he does at webdev Studios https://webdevstudios.com/services/maintenance/

Check out the show to hear what we discussed.

You can Contact Russell at:

https://github.com/KrashKartMedia/

https://russellenvy.com/get-in-touch/

https://2016.vegas.wordcamp.org/

https://profiles.wordpress.org/geekstreetwp/#content-plugins

Here are couple of his plugins we haven’t reviewed yet:

Query All The Post Types

Version:1.9.4
Requires:4.1 or higher
Compatible up to:5.0.3
Released:01 April 2016
Downloads:2535
Last Updated:07 December 2018
Ratings:
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Version:1.3
Requires:4.1 or higher
Compatible up to:4.9.9
Released:14 April 2016
Downloads:1008
Last Updated:15 December 2017
Ratings:
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Reminder: If you’re a plugin developer and you’d like to appear on the show, you can schedule an interview, donate your plugin for an upcoming contest, or submit your plugin for review.

Answer the call to greatness

WordCamp Victoria 2012 — Special Episode of WordPress Plugins from A to Z #57

Let the light shineThis is a special episode of the WordPress Plugins from A to Z Podcast, this contains the audio from my presentation at WordCamp Victoria 2012.

In an effort to help folks understand the simplicity of WordPress this presentation is called WordPress 101 and discusses how and what you can use WordPress for and what to look for during all your initial setup of your WordPress install.

While WordPress has its famous 5 minute install it still take a little bit past that to get it completely up and running. So enjoy the presentation and you can view the slides from the presentation here. Unfortunately some of the questions are a bit hard to here but I did try to repeat them to make them clear for the recording.